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Alison G Art

Blossoming Dream No#3

Blossoming Dream No#3

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100cm x 70cm
Acrylic, shellac and oils on canvas
Archival UV protection
Signature on front
Authenticity certificate

Introducing “Blossoming Dreams”

I’ve been working on this piece for a few weeks, each day letting the painting speak to me what it wants to communicate.

“Blossoming Dreams” is an exploration of the profound journey of self-discovery and transformation. Through a rich palette of deep violets, magenta, teal, and gold, this artwork guides the viewer into the heart of an awakening soul. Soft references to petals gently unfurl and reveal the delicate beauty that emerges from within.

In this piece, the interplay of colors symbolises the complexity of human emotions and experiences. The deep violets evoke a sense of introspection, representing the inner journey one undertakes to discover their true self. Magenta, with its vibrant energy, symbolises the passion and vitality that come with the pursuit of dreams.

Teal, a color often associated with clarity and intuition, serves as a reminder of the wisdom gained along the path of self-discovery. Finally, gold accents elevate the artwork, signifying the transformative power that lies within, waiting to be discovered and celebrated.


  • A range of high quality Matisse, atelier, liquitex, golden acrylic paint


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Care Instructions

  • No direct sunlight - Get the right light and your art will stay beautiful for many decades, perhaps centuries. Your artwork has a protective layer of varnish, but it is still possible for it to crack or fade if subjected to bright sunlight for long periods of time. It is better to place artwork next to a window instead of directly in front.
  • Hanging your artwork - Consider the weight of the work and the strength of the wall on which it will be hung. Most moderately sized pieces can be hung from two nails or screws, or a traditional picture hook. However particularly large or heavy works may need more substantial fixings.
  • Cleaning your art piece - Dust your artworks: for framed works or pieces with hardier surfaces use a dry, soft white cloth and for paintings with heavy texture or fragile surfaces a soft white brush is better. Don't ever use cleaning products or water.
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